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of committing. >>> gearing up for the oakland running festival. they are getting set to start in just a half hour. >>> good morning. welcome to mornings on 2 i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. let's dive into it and get a check of the forecast. good morning, to you rosemary. >> good morning. it's a gorgeous day for a run. it's a bit of a chilly start. another round of nice mild weather into the afternoon. this could be the warmest day. i see cooler weather on the way. i'll detail your forecast and have a look at your numbers for today copping up -- coming up >>> sis pecked gunman in a -- suspected gunman in a marine bar rack shooting is from the bay area. she graduated from liberty high in brentwood. her friends say she dreamt of joining the marines and serving her country. >> we were talking about her wanting to come over and i wanted to see her. i wanted her to see my baby. the last time she saw him was when he turned one. i just missed her a lot. and we talk through facebook. i barely got messages to her phone because she was always working. >> friends speculated the shooting may
francisco is .19. you will notice san jose .09. and oakland a third of an inch and much less than that in livermore. we have showers coming, but find out what the latest computer models are indicating as far as who will need the umbrellas tomorrow. it is not everyone. i will be back with the details, ama. >>> san jose police are trying to figure out why a man was stabbed to death. they show investigators looking for evidence at oak grove park this afternoon. that's where police found the body of a man in his late teens or 20s. he was stabbed several times. they are not positive when he died, but believe it happened today. the man charged with stealing a luxury yacht -- >> sorry. and running it aground and preparing his defense from the county jail. the two people arrested with him have been released. 63-year-old leslie alan gardener pled not guilty to grand theft and vandalism charges in court today. he is accused of stealing the 82-foot yacht and damaging it on the shoreline. investigators say the others taken off the boat, 56-year-old lisa modewell and dario mira did not know th
. this was a long time coming. the last time the oakland police department actually had a class of new officers go through the academy, graduate, get their badge and hit the streets, that was in 2008, while oakland's crime problem keeps going up. today 38 new police officers got their badges here in oakland pinned for the first time by chief howard jordan. the numbers are sobering. right now oakland has 611 officers on the street. so this brings that number to 649. police chief howard jordan has said he'd like to have 1,000 officers helping to bring crime down. these new officers have been in the academy for about six months and will eventually be part of a new crime fighting strategy. chief jordan announced, of neighborhood policing. one of the biggest complaints is calling in a crime and not getting the reaction they hoped for. he said the new officers will help that and boost moral. >> we're not out there alone and city made a long-term commitment to staffing the department. it will help the citizens of oakland, one of the complaints we generally get is the response time, how long it takes for
will notice san jose .09. and oakland a third of an inch and much less than that in livermore. we have showers coming, but find out what the latest computer models are indicating as far as who will need the umbrellas tomorrow. it is not everyone. i will be back with the details, ama. >>> san jose police are trying to figure out why a man was stabbed to death. they show investigators looking for evidence at oak grove park this afternoon. that's where police found the body of a man in his late teens or 20s. he was stabbed several times. they are not positive when he died, but believe it happened today. the man charged with stealing a luxury yacht -- >> sorry. and running it aground and preparing his defense from the county jail. the two people arrested with him have been released. 63-year-old leslie alan gardener pled not guilty to grand theft and vandalism charges in court today. he is accused of stealing the 82-foot yacht and damaging it on the shoreline. investigators say the others taken off the boat, 56-year-old lisa modewell and dario mira did not know the yacht was stolen. >> they convinc
and san francisco is .19. you will notice san jose .09. and oakland a third of an inch and much less than that in livermore. we have showers coming, but find out what the latest computer models are indicating as far as who will need the umbrellas tomorrow. it is not everyone. i will be back with the details, ama. >>> san jose police are trying out why out why a man was stabbed to death. they show investigators looking for evidence at oak grove park this afternoon. that's where police found the body of a man in his late teens or 20s. he was stabbed several times. they are not positive when he died, but believe it happened today. the man charged with stealing a luxury yacht -- >> sorry. and running it aground and preparing his defense from the county jail. the two people arrested with him have been released. 63-year-old leslie alan gardener pled not guilty to grand theft and vandalism charges in court today. he is accused of stealing the 82-foot yacht and damaging it on the shoreline. investigators say the others taken off the boat, 56-year-old lisa modewell and dario mira did not know the
so he can reenter a center >>> blasting back to oakland. the rocket ship has been a popular site. the ship was designed by an organization of artists funded by private doners the next display has not been determined. >> we all like sal >> just about to go to the other room. i will be back. >> i will be back. >> good morning. let's look at the commute now traffic looking good around the bay area. this is a look at the freeway and it's looking good all the way to berkeley it's a good time to be driving and the roads are relatively dry. it's dry and clear. the morning commute, westbound bay bridge, that traffic looked good with no problems, san jose looks good up to highway 17. maybe have to wait until next week before any rain comes back in. there's a possibility. you have to almost believe the ones that say no because that's how it's been there was a breeze, i apologize, i wave the white flag. 30s for a few, but a lot of 40s. the breeze has kicked in especially for sfo and more of a westerly breeze northerly breeze to 17. it's going to be a sunny day, once again, everything is loc
on a house in the oakland hills. it happened around 3:30 this morning on oakwood drive, the tree estimated to be 75 foot tall crashed down on the corner of the roof. the downed tree also brought traffic on oakwood drive to a stop. firefighters say they do not know what caused that tree to fall. >>> an investigation is underway into a crash involving a scooter and a santa clara county sheriffs patrol car. the accident happened before 12:30 this morning in the area of west heading street and the alameda. investigators are trying to determine if one of the drivers may have run a red light. two people on the it scooter were taken to the hospital but their injuries are not believed to be serious. the deputy in the patrol car was not hurt. the vehicle sustained damage to the right front bumper. a couple of san francisco police cars will be out of action after an unusual crash. officers were investigating an argument on the 4000 block of mission street. police say pickup truck sideswiped a patrol car, sending it into a second police car. witnesses say officers had to scramble to avoid getting hit
into sippy cups. >> two heavyweights in oakland politics are denying some serious accusations tonight. long time council members are accused of misconduct. were they caught red handed or is this a case of dirty politics. cheryl, how did the council members respond? >> reporter: well, the council -- both council members are denying the allegations. but they say it's important to note that these allegations are inside this report. no charges have been filed. now, this report is now with the district attorney's office. but, the allegations are serious. >> there is no justifiable reason to break the law. >> courtney ruby says they've been breaking the law by directing staff to push a $2 million demolition contract at the oakland army base toward turner group construction. >> the hotline that we operate, we've received tips that individuals are concerned of council member interference. >> the report claims of 14 instances of interference. council member brooks violated the charter 12 times. reid, one time. the report says there was one other violation by one of his staff members. >> i don't blam
on schedule. we'll come in and see some yellow in the oakland hills. we'll come in in the north bay and we're looking at rainfall around napa it's pretty heavy right now and the american canyon area by 29. if you head out towards vallejo and martinez. these yellows that's significant rainfall. it's coming down hard and you're having a rough time seeing when you're driving. check out berkeley and oakland. steady rain here with the greens. we are seeing really heavy stuff coming in over the hills right now. as a matter of fact let's put this many motion and we get a feel for the motion of the showers. they're moving off very rapidly out toward the west there. let's take another peek and we'll come in closer. out by 82, sunny vale and santa clara coming down hard. there's more behind it. how is that morning commute going to go and what about those thunderstorms? we'll be back here in 10 minutes with all the details. >>> stale with the 10:00 news as bill mentioned he'll be back at 10:20 with how this storm will affect you tomorrow. and the complete bay area forecast including when the next ro
oakland businesses here downtown on 17th streetusing glue damaging the locks of multiple shops in this area >> "they sprayed the lock here" the president of the south of broadway business associationel tyna mccree gave me a tour of the shops that were targeted >> "this one was donenobody can get in upstairs" mcree says this latest gluing incident continues an ongoing string of vandalism here in fact one shop owner of tells me she is considering relocating her business out of oakland >> "that is right and i shouldn't have to do that oakland is my home, i want to live here, work here, and do my business here" mcree says merchants here have no idea who is targeting themthey just want it to stop >> "it just continues to go and on" on 17th street in oakland, haaziq madyun-kron 4 news pinole police are hoping someone will recognize the man in this sketch. they say he tried to kidnap a 12-year old girl as she was walking home from school last week. he's described as white - 19 to 20, thin build, slicked back short hair, brown goatee and a piercing in one of his eyebrows. former secret
down toward the eastern side of the span toward oakland, right where the lights hit the deck that is where they discovered this problem. what they did they had the bolts in place since 2008 but recently as we were approaching opening of this span, they started tightening them. when they tightened them they snapped. what they have figured out is that hydrogen is likely the problem. that the hydrogen got into the metal and that is causing them to be brittle. what is not clear is how extensive this problem is. i did talk to the mtc spokesperson. here's what he said about how big he sees the problem really is. >> but on a project of this size everything gets magnified. keep in mind these are bolts. the thing we all deal with every day but they are 17 feet long. everything on the bay bridge is magnified. and the size of these bolts is a great illustration of that. >> reporter: back live here. a live look at the bay bridge span this morning. so here's what is happening in the next few hours. the metropolitan transportation commission will meet. they have a meeting at 9:30. this was
that all the way down as it comes down toward the eastern side of the span toward oakland, right where the lights hit the deck that is where they discovered this problem. what they did they had the bolts in place since 2008 but recently as we were approaching opening of this span, they started tightening them. when they tightened them they snapped. what they have figured out is that hydrogen is likely the problem. that the hydrogen got into the metal and that is causing them to be brittle. what is not clear is how extensive this problem is. i did talk to the mtc spokesperson. here's what he said about how big he sees the problem really is. >> but on a project of this size everything gets magnified. keep in mind these are bolts. the thing we all deal with every day but they are 17 feet long. everything on the bay bridge is magnified. and the size of these bolts is a great illustration of that. >> reporter: back live here. a live look at the bay bridge span this morning. so here's what is happening in the next few hours. the metropolitan transportat
. >>> it was a much different evening in oakland. the festival was scaled back after a teenager was killed last month's he event. abc7 news reporter allen wong gives it a second look. >> suzie guerin decided to leave oakland's first friday event early because she said it's no longer the art scene it used to be. >> it got to the point it was so crowded you couldn't walk joan march. >> 8:00 crowds began funneling in and it took on a circus-like atmosphere but oakland police were going to maintain control. >> the city makes it very clear from our intentions are. >> john, who owned the beer garden, was reminded not to allow patrons to walk on to the street with beer. >> we've had to increase the number of security gauze i have to keep the cool from coming in and going out. >> the city is clamping donary an 18-year-old was shot and killed after last month's first friday event. but the crowds still game despite the new rules. >> show support. can't en scared. >> people want a save place to come out and be a part of a community. people are tired of being at home. >> this time they hired extra security and d
first friday in oakland. the evening art festival has been scaled back after a teenager was shot and killed following last month's event. now only five blocks of telegraph avenue are dedicated to the festivities from west grand avenue to 7th street. >>> suzy decided to leave oakland's first friday event early because she says it's no longer the art scene it used to be. >> in the last few months, it's more of a party scene. it got to the point it was so crowded you couldn't walk anymore. >> crowds funneled in and this stretch of telegraph avenue took on a circus like atmosphere but oakland police were determined to maintain control. >> i received several emails to make it clear what their intentions were. >> he was reminded not to allow patrons to walk to the street with beer. >> the city is clamping down after an 18-year-old was shot and killed following last month's if you are friday event but the crowd still came despite stricter rules. >> good people can't be scared. >> i truly believe people want a safe place to come out and be part of a community. >> this time the city limit
to kind of show people working together. >> oakland police arrived in a contingent with others from alameda county have been lost 4 of their own 4 years ago for oakland this was dopely permanent. >> everybody takes this job seriously and risk our lives every day. something like this happens it really hits home on personal level. start thinking about our own mortality. >> for those who live and work in santa cruz an experience that has been tremendously painful but also union finding. >> motorcade left the city the outpouring from the community is very touching. >> would i say these things donned build character. they define the character in the community. if today was any indication we are if good hand hands. >> now his force holding up deputy chief clark told sows farther doing pretty well but he said santa cruz officers also been very busy preparing and planning for today. he told us the real work of healing will likely begin next week. in san jose laura anthony abc 7 news. >> scholarship fund established in honor of the officers. businesses already committed 125,000 dollars
things inside the jeep just before the car and baby disappeared. >>> okay -- oakland police want your help for a possible child predator. the man walked into the front of the home and tried to abduct a 9-year-old girl. the man fled in a silver honda. >>> an 8-year-old girl is recovering tonight after surgeons removed an arrow from her leg. someone shot her during a class field trip to berkeley's lawrence hall of science. campus police think the arrow was shot from the neighborhood just north of the complex. the girl was hit just after 10:00 a.m. while playing outside at a whale replica. >> it was an arrow, it was a regular arrow. not a toy, a regular arrow. it was stuck on her leg. it wasn't poking out one side it was just in and stuck in there. >> reporter: investigators are trying to reconstruct the arrows trajectory. it's possible it came from a cross bow. police are canvassing the area to find out if anybody saw anything. >>> we want to show you a live picture of the bridge. you can see the new signature tower in the center of your screen. caltranss tells us 31 giant volts have cr
with extra security. but the changes helped insure a peaceful first friday art walk in oakland last night. the changes remain after a fatal shooting of a teenager at last month's event. organizers banned alcohol. ended the walk an hour earlier at 9:00 p.m. and shortened it from 10 blocks to seven. there was extra security and a strong police presence. >> when you look at the city and what it is trying to do, they tried images of oakland to change the businesses and this is sort of the calling card. >> a candlelight vigil was held to remember the 131 homicide victims in oakland st year. >>> new information shows a loophole allows sant cruise gunman jer ny goulet to fall off police radar. investigators say he had a history of crimes before killing two detectives on tuesday. he was convicted of peeping incidents in three different cities and accused of raping two women while serving in the military in hawaii but the santa cruz sentinel is reporting that he never appeared on two law enforcement computer databases that track criminals. >>> meanwhile the santa cruz community is rallying to comf
oakland were involved in a fight between two groups. one victim was stabbed in the neck, the other on the head. investigators trying to determine what type of weapon bass used. >> it could be prevented. i don't know why they are continuing to serve people who are clearly intoxicated. one person was treated and released. >> >> friends and family gathering to mourn the death of a mother and her two sons. they were killed in a car crash march third. a sunnyvale man faces three counts of vehicular homicide along with felony dui charges. services set for tomorrow morning. >> >> investigators say they are looking at a possible -- it happened saturday night at a race track in merriesville north of sacramento. witnesses say it appeared some type of mechanical problem drip by seven 10-year-olds, chase johnson to careen off the race track and hit two spectators. one of those killed was marcus' cousin, marcus johnson. johnson, the driver was not seriously hurt. >> >> oakland police are moving ahead with a plan to divide the cities into districts. kelley rasmussen is live to explain how opd is
. the entire route is not expected to be complete until the year 2028. >>> some neighbors in oakland say they've seen an explosion of graffiti poppinging up south of downtown. the brand new bart connecter to oakland international airport, which is still under construction, has been tagged you see here, so several freeway onramps, homes, businesss and delivery trucks. we talked to oakland city councilman today who says there are plenty antivandalism laws on the books but not enough enforcement and only two city crews designated for cleanup. >>> the city of concord says the high cost has it considering the move to imbed electronic devices on street lamps. vallejo began using it two years ago. the arrests of suspected copper thieves spike. >> we get a message that the wire is being removed, and it's literally moving, and we get notification. pd gets notification, and they go after it. >> concord says it has spent more than a million dollars repairing and replacing copper wiring since $2,007. kocher wiring is worth about a pound at salvage yards. >>> oakland police met the press today to go over
it out on futurecast. business out of oakland these kids." off the coast of dana point. meanwhile, one of the largest universities in the country.shut down today.after police say a student started a plan to shoot students as they exited a dormatory. we have details on the one death that did take place.the guns and home-made bombs found.and how the suspect's roomate may have vandals hit an east bay business district over the weekend. damaging the locks of nearly a dozen small shops. one business owner gives haaziq madyun a close look at the damage.in a story you'll >> "you can see the glue right there in the lock" vandals targeting oakland businesses here downtown on 17th streetusing glue damaging the locks of multiple shops in this area >> "they sprayed the lock here" the president of the south of broadway business associationel tyna mccree gave me a tour of the shops that were targeted >> "this one was donenobody can get in upstairs" mcree says this latest gluing incident continues an ongoing string of vandalism of tells me she is considering relocating her business out of oakland >>
:00. reporting live in oakland, kristi smith, nbc bay area news. >>> new video into the newsroom now where the scene of an accident where a garbage truck hit a grandmother and a 7-year-old girl. this happened in san francisco along the embarcadero near broadway around 7:00 this morning. the girl was put inside an ambulance with her leg in a splint and her neck in a brace. the grandmother was also taken to the hospital. their injuries are considered to be nonlight threatening, though. police cleared the scene within an hour. about 20 people are without a home this morning after an overnight fire ripped through their apartment building. this all happened in the bay view district at 3rd and mckinnon. take a look at these flames. officials say the fire kept spreading and just became too tough to contain because of how close the buildings are. it took crews a few hours to finally control the fire. neighbors say an explosion woke them up about 1:00 a.m. >> i went to the front room and i seen the fire trucks. i went to my son's bedroom, which is in the middle. i seen all these flames bell owing t
. other parts of the bay area in the east bay now, oakland is reporting some showers right now, 580 heading towards the called cot tunnel area. and -- call yi cot tunnel area. towards the peninsula we have light showers and north shore line boulevard around mountain view heading down towards san jose. so light showers being reported in san jose. around 87 and 880. one last stop, monterey bay seeing light to moderate rain. mixed precipitation showing up in the hills of southern monterey county. couple inches of snow expected. >> lowel high school track team had a meeting following a tragic death of a teammate. police say a 17-year-old was killed trying to cross a busy intersection. abc 7 news joins us from today's track meet. >> this is supposed to be the first big meet of the season. well teammates were focusing on this meet they're also thinking about her. instead of black for mourning, green ribbons were handed out. it was a 17-year-old's favorite color. >> it said we're running for her. so we're going to have her a little part of her with us. >> chan was struck and killed on satu
. >>> it was a much different evening in oakland. the evening art festival has been scaled back after a teenager was killed last month's he event. abc7 news reporter allen wong gives it a second look. >> suzie guerin decided to leave oakland's first friday event early because she said it's no longer the art scene it used. be. >> in the last few months i haven't been coming because it's been morph a party scene. it got to the point it was so crowded you couldn't walk joan -- anymore. >> 8:00 crowds began funneling in and it took on a circus-like atmosphere but oakland police were going to maintain control. the city let it be known. >> the city makes it very clear from our intentions are. >> john, who owned the beer garden, was reminded not to allow patrons to walk on to the street with beer. >> we've had to increase the number of security guards i have to keep the alcohol from coming in and going out. >> the city is clamping down after 18-year-old was shot and killed after last month's first friday event. but the crowds still game despite the new rules. >> show support. can't be scared. >> people
an update on that, good morning sal. >>> westbound 24 between walnut creek and oakland nice looking drive no major problems and traffic also looks good on the sunole grade heading to 680 south, let's go back to the desk. >>> police sergeant loren butler worked as a patrol officer and hostage negotiator. janine de la vega is in san jose where the memorial will be held at the hp pavilion but we begin with claudine wong in santa cruz. >> reporter: good morning, yes the procession will start from behind me and there has been a lot of activity within the last half hour when we last checked in. search and rescue will be preparing for what will be this enormous procession that will go from here to san jose. it will start here and go to 8:45 and already we have an estimated 200 vehicles lining the streets to the 33-mile journey where tens of thousands will say goodbye. fellow officers and family had a private viewing and many were able to say goodbye at the funeral home. they have been guarding the officers around the clock honoring their life and service. the healing process has begun but it wil
of schools in oakland from 1999 to 2005. but the batting cages and the video game center here in san leandro, well, i spoke with a business owner next door and here's what he had to say. >> mostly evenings and mornings. but, again, there's usually kids working there. they have kids working there also. teenage teenagers. i've been in there. young high school kids are working in there. but never seen a gentleman. seems pretty dead sometimes and it's packed during the nighttime hours. it's a shock to me. this is insane. >> reporter: he tells me it's been quiet here since the news broke. investigators are not saying whether the victims may have played baseball or not, to protect their identity. a spokesperson for the diocese of oakland this morning which overseas bishop o'dowd high school says he was a part-time contract coach, not on staff, which means he would have had no other classes on campus where he ran into students. he was just there basically for the games and for practices. and they tell me they're still trying to gather a little bit of information. but he would have passed a backgrou
. >> all right. our time is 7:16. back here at home a man from oakland found guilty of killing a man who come to the bay area to apply for a job at google plans to appeal that verdict. 26-year-old george hug ins faces life in prison. killed a 45-year-old engineer from virginia during a robbery in 2010. the victim was in oakland for a teeth cleaning appointment the day before a job interview at google. police say he stole $17 from the man and shot him three times. >>> later today a woman accused of kicking a small child is due back in court. this comes after last week's court arraignment was delayed when she started screaming in the courtroom. >> [ screaming ] >> 24-year-old sabrina bell is facing charges. she kicked the child to the ground for no apparent reason. >>> a bus driver in florida pleading not guilty to charges of aggravated child abuse for kicking a special needs child. yesterday in court prosecutors released this video. this was shot last october. showed an 8 year old girl trying to get off the bus when the driver says it's not her turn. in response the girl slaps and pushed
an 81-mile stretch of the merced river. >>> if you are planning to head to oakland this sunday, be prepared for big crowds and street closures. nearly 10 thursday runners are expected to flood the streets for the annual oakland marathon. that race begins at 6:00 in the morning. it's followed by a festival which ends at 3:30 in the afternoon so all day. this is a look at the course. the areas effected by the race include broadway, telegraph avenue, 14 street, harrison and 19th street. bus tours will be delayed and detoured around that route. 6:2619 time. sal will tell us everything we need to know this morning. >>> we've been going actually pretty early this morning. we had problems since we went on the air at 4:30. right now we are looking at 280 in san jose. northbound looks good but southbound near mclaughlin we have two right lanes closed as you head to 101. not causing a big delay so far. but it's there. also the morning commute looks good on the sunol grade and on 580 we have slowing coming in from the valley. now 6:26 let's go to bill. >>> good morning, sal. we have a lit
but numbers into the mid 60s today for oakland, san leandro and castro valley. east of the caldecott tunnel, more clouds. once again, upper 40s for the livermore valley. mid 50s to lower 60s by noon time. in the afternoon we'll call it mostly cloudy. the possibility of a shower, maybe some upper 60s. will the showers linger into the weekend? i'll let you know in a few minutes. good morning, sue. >> good morning. happy wednesday. that full moon keeping skies bright out there. good visibility. no wet roads, at least not yet. we do have an accident. it is in the slow lane westbound 580 at 1st through livermore seeing slow traffic as you make your way down the altamont into the livermore area and up from tracey. it is continuing to be slow. let's take a live look at 80 westbound getting a lit busier here as you make your way past golden gate field. university avenue into the berkeley curve and as we make our way to the toll plaza no metering lights yet. minor backup for the cash lane. fast track lanes getting through nicely. >>> 6:02 now. happening now with less than an hour from the start of o
of the merced river. >>> if you are planning to head to oakland this sunday, be prepared for big crowds and street closures. nearly 10 thursday runners are expected to flood the streets for the annual oakland marathon. that race begins at 6:00 in the morning. it's followed by a festival which ends at 3:30 in the afternoon so all day. this is a look at the course. the areas effected by the race include broadway, telegraph avenue, 14 street, harrison and 19th street. bus tours will be delayed and detoured around that route. 6:2619 time. sal will tell us everything we need to know this morning. >>> we've been going actually pretty early this morning. we had problems since we went on the air at 4:30. right now we are looking at 280 in san jose. northbound looks good but southbound near mclaughlin we have two right lanes closed as you head to 101. not causing a big delay so far. but it's there. also the morning commute looks good on the sunol grade and on 580 we have slowing coming in from the valley. now 6:26 let's go to bill. >>> good morning, sal. we
, nbc news. >> oakland investigators are hoping surveillance video who help to find a man who attempted to rape and kidnap a young girl. the 9-year-old girl was playing when the suspect grabbed her and sexually assaulted her and threatened to kidnap her, police say. investigators believe the same man atemplted to abduct the child last year. there is a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. >>> tonight, the waiting game is under way. for 80 minutes, the supreme court justices heard arguments for and against prop 8. that's california's ban on gay marriage. chief justice roberts raised concerns about the court delivering a sweeping change that would impact marriages in all 50 states. prop 8 supporters argued what they called the traditional notion of marriage and what they say is its primary intent. children. >> and it will refocus, refocus the purpose of marriage and the definition of marriage away from the raising of children. >> if both the woman and the man are over the age of 55, they're not a lot of children coming out of that marriage. >> now, as you heard, there was so
between the police and the businesses here. but she said her neighborhood in the oakland hills is a different story. >> having police officer work with a watch group would help people feel heard and make them feel more comfortable. live in oakland, ktvu channel "2 news." >>> >> we watch everything that happens across the country. that's something that has been a topic of discussion throughout the country and like most police chiefs that are paying attention to what is going on throughout the nation, i have an obligation to look at it. >> a federal trial started over new york city's stop and frisk policy. they say it fairly targets minorities and violates their rights. police say it's an important way to fight crime. >> >> a graffiti painter fell to his death from a bridge where he may have been spray painting. his body was found on saturday beneath the i-80 bridge near winter street. according to police reports, he was involved in a group accused of $80,000 in property damage from 300 tagging cases in the sacramento and roseville areas
, giving us a mostly cloudy morning. 53 oakland, also sfo, half moon bay, fairfield, and reno is 36. ukiah, 49. 40s and 50s and 60s down to southern california. one little system right there. that's not doing much but it is giving us drizzle. it's really picked up the fog bank. it will be a slow mover. it won't probably arrive until late saturday and sunday. today, partly sunny, partly cloudy and then we'll go cloudy and warm. very warm on friday with a south wind. cloudy on the weekend. it looks like rain develops on sunday maybe into monday. cool for some, mild for others. not so bad if you are in the sun. a lot of 60s in between with the mid- to upper 60s or very low 70s. clouds, light showers. and cloud it up on saturday. sunday it looks like rain arrives. >> thank you, steve. >>> 7:11. a royal battle to keep the kings. what sacramento's city council decided last night and when the final decision on the nba team will be made. >> reporter: you know it as the shark tank or officially as hp pavilion. but hear why the arena may be losing the
cloudy morning. 53 oakland, also sfo, half moon bay, fairfield, and reno is 36. ukiah, 49. 40s and 50s and 60s down to southern california. one little system right there. that's not doing much but it is giving us drizzle. it's really picked up the fog bank. it will be a slow mover. it won't probably arrive until late saturday and sunday. today, partly sunny, partly cloudy and then we'll go cloudy and warm. very warm on friday with a south wind. cloudy on the weekend. it looks like rain develops on sunday maybe into monday. cool for some, mild for others. not so bad if you are in the sun. a lot of 60s in between with the mid- to upper 60s or very low 70s. clouds, light showers. and cloud it up on saturday. sunday it looks like rain arrives. >> thank you, steve. >>> 7:11. a royal battle to keep the kings. what sacramento's city council decided last night and when the final decision on the nba team will be made. >> reporter: you know it as the shark tank or officially as hp pavilion. but hear why the arena may be losing the "hp" soon when "mornings on 2" continues. i bought the last one.
and moist air in place we are warming this morning. 51 in oakland. and 50 san rafael. 50 san francisco. redwood city as well as mountain view. there is a peek at the afternoon highs. anywhere from five to 10 degrees cooler where we were yesterday morning or yesterday afternoon. the extended forecast shows you by monday, we will be dry. partly cloudy skies in the afternoon. and it is not going to last. we have a bigger storm coming in tuesday afternoon. and even a chance for scattered showers on thursday. >> temperatures will be cool in the afternoon. >> low 60s. i have the very latest on the rain cast model, coming up. >>> taking aim at a senator's life with twitter. >> they are apologizing what they tweeted about mitch mcconif they will's wife. >> this capsule is on a mission and where the capsule is this morning. >>> we will take you outside. it is a little gray. that's the san mateo bridge as traffic moves along there. just fine. minor accidents around the bay area. and not to stop you from where you are going. we will keep a an eye on it for you. it is 7:11. this is "mornings on 2"
area, down to oakland and saw this on the way. just after the bridge. he said that a truck lost a load and it is in many of the lanes and traffic is beginning just now to slow. not sure if chp knows about this yet. right now 80 westbound is going to be slow as you drive through that area. then slow after that as well. driving from -- because of earlier problems in berkeley which have been cleared. 80 isn't a great drive right now as you drive west. let's go to the toll plaza where you will see a back up here at the toll plaza. eight to ten minutes which is lighter than usual. driving in san jose, northbound 280 looks good, so does 101, 85, and 17. >> good morning. here is the live camera looking toward the bay. most of the bay area so far this morning on the dry side. just lots of cloud cover and cool temperatures, that will be changing later on today. here you can see a live storm tracker 2. we have been watching this cluster of rain showers since 4:30. they haven't been moving to much. liting bit of activity moving in to parts of marin. we will come in tight closer to point reyes an
♪ >> pam: the controversial consultant working with the oakland police apartment on his new role as consultant. and a public viewing for the santa cruz police officers killed in the line of duty we will take you inside and hear from the members of the community. . >> pam: now at six this is a new set of eyes looking at a very old problem. >> pam: oakland's new police advisor tells kron four how he plans to help that city combat its rise in violent crime. (male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: new at six-- former los angeles police chief. now oakland's new police advisor. is speaking about violent crime in the community. kron 4's terisa estacio is live. with details on what william bratton has to say. terisa. >> reporter: he did not waste any time and went straight to the point. he spoke about the big crime problem. and his big plans to address them. he spoke about how this team will put reducing homicide as a top priority. >> i have been very impressed in these three days. to address the issues that they have been dealing with and the
the show. >>> oakland police are rolling out a new strategy they say for fighting crime in the city. the department is redrawing the district map switching from the current two police districts to five smaller districts. the first subdistrict will be in east oakland and should be in place by saturday. each district will be managed by two police captains responsible for community outreach and deploying the officers. >> this will be heavily focused on community input as well as input from others, businesses, it is a total team effort not just the police department. >> if the experiment works out in east oakland the program will roll out in other police districts, as well. the goal is to manage city resources and address high crime areas. >>> renters could have help revolving disputes with landlords over security deposits. after years of complaints that landlords were failing to return the deposits they are releasing a new bill. the bill would require interest payments on all held funds and would assess penalties if landlords kept the deposits without just cause. a senatet committee wi
of san francisco's revitalized neighborhood. >>> time now 5:08. oakland police searching for a possible child predator this morning and they hope a surveillance video will help them catch him. here's that video. it shows a man talking on a cell phone and pacing on the sidewalk at 94th avenue and b- street. the man walked into the front yard of a home and tried to abduct a nine-year-old girl. when the child started screaming, family members and neighbors rushed outside. police say that man escaped in a silver honda. >>> there will be more bart police patrols at the richmond bart station. that is following month's deadly shooting. you will see one bart police officer during the station at the peak of the morning and afternoon commutes. richmond police will also patrol that station. they will even be riding the trains. the increased patrols are coming after the fatal shooting of a man on march 14th. police are still searching for that killer. >>> 5:09 is the time. time to check back in with sal. how are things looking? >> it's looking good. it's the first day without toll takers that are h
that will be at the heart of san francisco's revitalized neighborhood. >>> time now 5:08. oakland police searching for a possible child predator this morning and they hope a surveillance video will help them catch him. here's that video. it shows a man talking on a cell phone and pacing on the sidewalk at 94th avenue and b- street. the man walked into the front yard of a home and tried to abduct a nine-year-old girl. when the child started screaming, family members and neighbors rushed outside. police say that man escaped in a silver honda. >>> there will be more bart police patrols at the richmond bart station. that is following month's deadly shooting. you will see one bart police officer during the station at the peak of the morning and afternoon commutes. richmond police will also patrol that station. they will even be riding the trains. the increased patrols are coming after the fatal shooting of a man on march 14th. police are still searching for that killer. >>> 5:09 is the time. time to check back in with sal. how are things looking? >> it's looking go
down the crime rate in oakland. he says all you have to do is the math. >> a very small portion of the criminal population commits the majority of the crimes. in l.a. we called it the 10% solution. 10% of the criminal population commits about 50% of the crime. 10% of the locations in the city are where about 50% of the crime occurs. and 10% of the city's population are about 50% of the victims. >> well, the city is spending $250,000 for bratton's advice. he is urging the city to partner with outside agencies to make up for officer shortages in the city. >>> meanwhile, the san francisco police department will hold a town hall meeting tonight to discuss tuesday's officer-involved shooting. an officer and a suspect were injured during the incident. meeting is set for 6:00 at the city college of san francisco southeast campus on oakdale avenue. >>> george lucas brought his movie-making magic to the presidio. >> now he wants to bring even more magic to the old army base. a museum for his private art collection. lucas plans to showcase his privat
checks and no more than 15 children to each care provider. >>> oakland police department working on a new way to help fight crime. the department today talking about a plan to redistrict, switching from the current format of two police districts just to one, made up of five smaller districts. the first would be in east oakland. should be in place by saturday. each district would then be managed by two separate police captains who would be responsible for community outreach and officer deployment. they would ultimately report to the chief. the department feels this the best way to deal with crime, especially considering its limited number of officers. >>> on friday the faa will let us know which airport control towers will close. there could be some bay area names on this list. the closures are in response to the sequester cuts by the federal government which slashed about $600 million from the faa. the affected towers will be at airports with fewer than 150,000 flights or 10,000 commercial operations per year. control towers in napa, concord, livermore, stockton and santa rosa are all on
police chief bill bratton. he's in oakland now to make major changes to the city's crime fighting strategies. bratton, who is now a consultant, held a news conference alongside observing's police chief jordan at headquarters today. bratton says bringing down the number of homicides, robberies and burglaries is his top priority. he also says it's tough when you have a police department that needs a lot more officers. >> it's a department that i think you all appreciate is severely understaffed. and i don't use that term lightly. it is a small department for a very large and vital city. and at the same time when you have a small department, it's very important to focus those officers appropriately. >> bratton will be working alongside thomas frazier appointed on monday by a federal judge to be a compliance director in the city of oakland. >>> in san francisco a man accused of killing a teenaged girl during a dui hit-and-run will be charged with three felonies. police say brewer hit 17-year-old chang as she crossed the buoulevard saturday night. he faces up to ten years in prison. >>
,000 in the burglary case in which a richmond police officer's two dogs were poisoned. oakland based pet food express is matching the richmond police officer's $10,000 reward for information leading to the suspect's capture and conviction. burglars broke into the officers home last friday. and before getting away with five guns, they poisoned the officers pet labrador retriever and also a police canine dog in a backyard kennel. the family's labrador died from the poisoning, the police dog is still recovering. >>> lottery officials are looking for the person who bought a winning ticket. that gas station will receive $165,000 for selling that winning ticket. the lucky ticketholder has 180 days to claim the prize. >>> and the drawing was last night the winning numbers are one, two, three, 22, 34, and the mega number is eight. >>> a little bit of shower active táeu out there right now. kind of messing with the afternoon a bit. you have the live camera shot. that's obviously the new bridge on the right. older bridge on the left and taillights, red lights are going into the city. but there are some wet ro
>>> the president meeting with the palestinian authorities >>> why the oakland school district voted to close a well-performing charter school? >>> a live look at the hp pavilion. the ncaap will be tipping off there today. >>> good morning, everybody. it is 4:30. happy to see you. i'm jon kelly. >> i'm laura garcia cannon. last to get to. let's check the forecast with christina loren. good morning >>> a good-looking day shaping up. that rain really improved our atmosphere. pollen levels have dropped off significantly overnight. we have a warming thend that i think you are going to loch as you start to think about the weekend. as jon pointed out, it is friday eve. let's find out how we are doing on the roadways. we are just before the commute kicks in. 880 moves smoothly before fremont. we will catch up with 880 up farther south. we are looking to the south bay. the maps all over the place look green. yellow down towards 60 miles per hour. you are at the limit throughout this area. hp pavilion has the tournament. watch for traffic there. north 880, slowing as crews are moving the striping work and th
issues like i do. it's great because sometimes i can't get out. >> in oakland and piedmont the meals on wheels program delivers about 750 meals per day to home-bound seniors. >>> forgetting your reusable grocery bags is going to cost you a little more. the cost of a paper bag has just gone from 10-cents to 25 cents per bag. on april 22nd, earth day, the county plans to extend its plastic bag ban to include restaurants. officials say the goal of the law here is to keep plastic bags off of beaches to prevent polluting month ray bay. >>> governor jerry brown says he's come up with one way for courts to justify set budget cuts. california courts would charge $10 for each public record search. resulting in fewer courtrooms in use an higher fees. opponents say that such a move would restrict access to files the public has a right to view. >>> the u.s. senate passed a spending bill that will keep the government open through the end of september. it locks in $85 billion in spending cuts from the recent sequester. those will mean furloughs and cut backs.
gridlock is stuart cohen. he's co-founder of the oakland based add vo advocacy group, transform. earlier today, cohen shared his ideas for how we can stop building roads around cities and start building cities around people. stuart cohen, welcome. >> thank you for having me. >> how did we get to this point? how did the bay area become the nation's leading region for mega-commuters? what have we done wrong that no one else has done quite so wrong? >> about 50 years ago like a lot of the ref st of the country, w started designing our communities and transportation system as if people would have to drive for every trip. we started putting homes very far away from where job centers are. and i think, you know, we know what people want. people want a place where they can walk to activities and parks and shops and restaurants. and we've just edngineered that out of a lot of people's lives. we've done a great job of protecting our open spaces, but we haven't done a good enough job of making sure where we are growing we're providing homes for people of all incomes. >> so we basically built the ba
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